May 26, 2016

Sometimes life looks like YouTube... and you feel you can press "PLAY."

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Seen, this morning, and photographed by Meade.

19 comments:

eddie willers said...

I keep clicking and it won't go.

Meade said...

Refresh.

Yancey Ward said...

That was hilarious- took me a few seconds to get the joke!

pm317 said...

OK, fess up. How many of you clicked on it?

tim in vermont said...

Well you make one, I guess pm.

pm317 said...

LOL, I almost did and stopped.

coupe said...
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Birches said...

Ha! That's fantastic.

The Cracker Emcee said...

I almost did, too. Pavlov's blogs.

traditionalguy said...

It did not play, and I tried over and over.

pm317 said...

there is a guy on food network star show with a huge beard. Chefs/ cooks with that much facial hair, yuck!

traditionalguy said...

Otto Von Bismarck Trump clinched the Presidential Nomination in his Prussian style in Bismarck North Dakota today, whereupon he started making offers to a small nearby State that calls itself by a sexist name: Manitoba.

The Iron Chancellor said something about the boundary needing him to renegotiate it using Eminent Domain.

David said...

took me a while

Curious George said...

heh.

aritai said...

Oh Wow, just wow! Captures the decade if not the era. Someone should go collect these, even if just their own opinion and self-publish as a Kindle book at Amazon. Or even offer it to Amazon as click bait that for 10K$ they can use as a zero cost book.

Grandma wonders if anyone goes to Art Museums anymore? And do they have displays like this? She remembers when they and that terrible capitalist Carnegie libraries were the children’s Computer games of that age, where entire families visited them every Saturday or after Church and Sunday School on Sunday with a mother that didn’t graduate from high school having to herd her 5 or 10 children until they got in the front door. That Era in pictures should have a Library Card and Museum Card. Grandma wonders how the Detroit Art Museum is doing, once one of the best in the world, when Detroit was the world’s wealthiest city and the hub and steering wheel for the second industrial revolution? Much of this reflected the Detroit Art Museum and the college for Creative Studies across the street. Along with Chicago’s Museum of Science And Industry when Chicago was proud to be the pig butcher for the world. When America was great these were the greatest and wealthiest cities ever and then along came socialism and what took lifetimes of sacrifice and hard work to build was gone in one lifetime, as if hit by an atom bomb , inflicting no end of suffering and death on the common people that made them all great , destroyed by elites and the establishments of theirs with the best of intentions. Grandmother says not only is their reserved seating for those in he!!, But the inmates are building more seats as rapidly as they can for your current elites. And all history this deserves to be taught in your schools, if History ever returns to your curriculums as what the Greeks called a tragedy, those things you did to yourselves knowing with absolute certainty what will result. “Sleeping with your mother eh? This will not end well.” Oh my, no fun or popcorn tonight.

surfed said...

Good catch.

Meade said...

Thanks.

Kate said...

Meade's photos give the impression that subjects come to him and ask to be photographed. Birds, flowers, rays of sunlight. Please tell us what magical, delicious treat he carries in his pocket that beguiles nature.

PJ57 said...

Meade's genius needs to return to the Puparazzo. More pup pics please!